meet the team
Aaron Raak is from Flagstaff, Arizona. He is currently studying civil engineering at Calvin College, and plans to get a job or attend graduate school after graduation. Last summer he was an intern for an organization in Cambodia, and hopes to do more work overseas. In his spare time he enjoys hiking, rock climbing, and soccer.
Brent Long is an engineering student at Calvin College where he is pursuing his studies in the Civil and Environmental concentration. He is from Rochester, New York and enjoys a variety of activities such as playing the piano, participating in sports and fiddling on his Macintosh computer. After college, Brent hopes to get a job that involves water treatment or wastewater treatment. He has a passion for helping those who do not have necessities such as clean water and is excited about the influence his Senior Design Project will have on small village in Ecuador.
Aaron Lammers is a senior civil & environmental engineer from Villa Park Illinois. He enjoys playing sports and exploring new technology in his free time. He is interested in working with water resources and water treatment. He is currently looking for full time employment for after graduation in the areas of water resources, water treatment and field engineering. He is currently engaged and looks forward to getting married after graduation.
Chris Crock is a 22 year old engineering student at Calvin College and will be attending Graduate School upon finishing his undergraduate studies in Civil/Environmental Engineering. He enjoys traveling the globe and has recently reconnected ties with his distant cousins in southern Germany. His passion for engineering in developing nations has evolved into boundless enthusiasm for water treatment in nations with a severe need for water as a resource. He hopes to continue his endeavors in water when finishing all his schooling with a non-profit organization focused on water treatment around the world. In the distant future, he sees himself giving back to the engineering academic setting through hopes of becoming a professor.